Monday, September 21, 2009
It's CD27 and I don't know if I O'd already or if I'm about to O. I haven't been so out of touch with my body since I first read TCOYF in 2004. I am completely ignorant of what's going on in there this cycle, but for some reason I'm okay with that. I feel positive that I'll get back in the swing of things next cycle. There's just been so much going on lately and a tad bit more stress than is normal, even for me, and it's been pretty distracting. But, that's actually a good thing. I have a tendency to obsess about TTC and I often need a mental break from that. With all that's been going on, I haven't even had a chance to obsess this time. It's nice to feel so relaxed. We'll see how long it lasts.
cleverly communicated by Carlia at 3:24 PM
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Since my last post, there has still been no confirmed O. I so wish I'd been able to start temping at the beginning of my cycle, but since I found my BBT halfway through, I can't even seem to remember to take my temp. I guess I'll be waiting until next cycle to start temping again. Hopefully by then I'll be able to think of a way to make myself remember to temp. Any ideas? In the meantime, I'm keeping myself so busy that I don't have time to obsess about it. (Hence, the lack of posts lately.) I'll try not to be too neglectful of my blog, though. Can't disappoint the readers (all 1 of them!).
cleverly communicated by Carlia at 10:53 AM
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Any day now. I can tell it's almost here and if it comes as soon as it feels like it's going to, it will be my earliest O on record (which I completely attribute to consistently taking my Dong Quai). I've been having mild crampy twinges and bits of EWCM. I haven't been temping this month, because my BBT has been MIA, so I'm not sure how I'll know for sure other than by counting back from the first day of my next cycle. However, my BBT suddenly appeared this morning. So, is it too late to start temping or should I just hold off on that until next cycle? Any thoughts?
cleverly communicated by Carlia at 11:39 AM